Free Kings of Leon Photo Exhibition To Open In London

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Kings of Leon are the subject of a new photograph exhibition, ‘Kings Of Leon: 10 Year Reign’, which will open at London’s Proud Gallery in October.

Rare photographs of the Followill brothers taken by NME photogrpaher Jo McCaughey from the past decade will be on show at Proud‘s Camden Town branch from October 22 to December 6.

Entrance to the exhibition will be free.

proud.co.uk

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